After the war, Communist Party assumed power and it's general secretary became a dictator of Yugoslavia. Communist terror had several serious consequences and opposition to communists was banned. In 1948, after Stalin accused Tito of being a nationalist and moving to the right. This events lead to a break with the Soviet Union. The Yugoslav communists, despite the break with Stalin, remained as hard line. Besides other negative effects, communist terror had a consequence in forced expulsion of the ethnic Germans and exodus of majority of Italian minority in Dalmatia and Istria.